Sergey Karasev Rumors

All NBA Players

10
Sergey Karasev
Sergey Karasev
Position: F
Born: 10/26/93
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:197 lbs. / 89.4 kg.
Salary: $1,599,840
wpid-i_74_73_a4_182599969.jpg
In an interview with RT, the English language Russian TV channel, Sergey Karasev says his “main option, his first first option” is to stay in the NBA, but he did not mention a return to the Nets. “Everybody knows that this is my third year and I’m going to be an unrestricted free agent. I have an opportunity to play right now and work hard try to improve my game, try to show coaches and show this league I can be here and can be successful here.”
Storyline: Sergey Karasev Free Agency
In an interview with Match TV, a Russian sports channel, Karasev said he thinks the Nets will pursue Blatt, who coached him on Team Russia in 2012, winning the bronze at the London Olympics. “There were no signs of trouble — Cleveland played in The Finals last season, and now ranks first in the conference. But it happens. I think Brooklyn will make every effort to get David. I know him and I am on good terms with him . Of course, his appointment would be a plus for me, ” Karasev said in an interview with the program, “Sports interest, “on the TV channel.
wpid-i_74_73_a4_182599969.jpg
“My dad, he’s my biggest fan, so he has his own opinion. I can’t control what he says to the press. A lot of people want that I play, especially back home in Russia, so they have their own opinion,’’ Karasev said at morning shootaround before a game against the Celtics. “I’m with the Nets. I love this organization, I like Coach Hollins, so I just keep working hard. I’m just with this team right now. All my focus, all my mind is to win the game. That’s why I’m here.’’
Storyline: Sergey Karasev Trade?
Vasily Karasev – the coach of Triumph in the Russian league and a former star player in Russia – made the pointed comments in SovSport, calling the Nets a “mess,” questioning Hollins’ decisions and saying his son wants a trade. “I talked with him and he said, ‘Yeah, I know, I apologize,’” the younger Karasev said. “But … that’s his opinion. I can’t control this. He can say whatever he thinks. That’s not what I’m thinking.’’